We came upon a very fragmented interior space, that is specific to the 19’th century housing building. We tried to connect this space both visually and functionally, to create a coherent and unified path. Thus, we used a main element that unfolds throughout the whole space and guides you through it, helping you discover all of the rooms: the stainless steel pipe installation. This installation is a reference towards the actual wine-making methods: the pipes through which the wine transfer is being made in contemporary wineries. It also plays a functional part by hiding the electrical cables and routes that serve the lighting fixtures. As the wine flows through the pipes towards his different metamorphosis stages, the light flows through these pipes, towards the tables.
The design of the terrace absorbs and continues the concept towards the outdoors.
The metal canopy structure protects the space and is an oversized interpretation of vine poles. It creates a structure that organically expands throughout the whole yard and also functions as climbing plant support.
The furniture designed for the terrace (benches and tables), reference the wine barrel aesthetic.